I decided to take my Mum out to see the show, to start we were treated to bee hives, live performances, great food and dancing. All this before the main event, which was like nothing I have ever seen before! Anticipation was building and the children were just as excited as the adults. We tucked into a couple of Indian snack plates, which were totally divine. They were provided by Neena's Fresh Home Cooked Indian Food. Understandably, I was distracted by the food, we have a great relationship. There was also a great selection of beer from BottleCraft, handmade Po's Pizza, gourmmet hot dogs and burgers from Hillbilly's Grill Shack, freshly ground Refresh Coffee and delicious ice creams served from a vintage cart.
BONG! The performers scrambled towards the chandelier, taking up instruments and trapeze. With a few dancing precariously at the top of the chandelier. All before the centerpiece starts to lift, like a snowdrop rising on a spring morning. At this moment, you could literally cut the atmosphere with a knife. There was total suspense as the artists performed daring moves, before combining into a melodic ensemble of bells, chimes and drums. It really was enchanting!
The Hand That Bites